We are pleased to share with you our 2022 Impact Report, Seeking Solutions for the People & Places of Texas.
From a series of high profile studies to welcoming The Nature Conservancy in Texas, 2022 was a year of major impact and growth at Texas Living Waters. We invite you to dive into Solutions to see where we’ve been this year and where we plan to go. You can re-watch our team’s testimony at the Capitol, listen to radio interviews with our experts, and download key reports — there’s a wealth of interactivity and extra content built into this year’s report.
As always, none of our work would be possible without your support, and we remain deeply grateful as you join us in the journey to build a more resilient, more equitable future for all of Texas.
- KERA: North Texas cities are losing billions of gallons of water to old infrastructure - October 4, 2023
- Texas Tribune: “Ike Dike” coastal barrier project could cost $57 billion with inflation, Army Corps says - September 29, 2023
- Texas Observer: Lessons for the future of Texas water from the Medina and San Antonio rivers - August 15, 2023